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    Default Essential Principles of Power

    Just a quick little primer for those who want to know....

    http://go.teledynelecroy.com/l/48392/2016-05-04/3lkq8h

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    It IS still THAT close man... like 1 volt 1 ohm and whatever Lengths....You can't defy Physic's man.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Batboy88 View Post
    It IS still THAT close man... like 1 volt 1 ohm and whatever Lengths....You can't defy Physic's man.
    What are you going on about?

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    Your patience far exceeds my own.

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    In LV etc...dang Milliohm matters lol...Promise you though that fireee gives a lot less a shit lol
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    Dude's high as a kite.

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    I can't help but feel sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    Dude's high as a kite.
    That's what happens when one breathes in too deeply from the magical smoke refill bottle
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    Well that ones like Deer Level Literally...not much to it...when still had the old shit, I pulled 500w-600w something like that from it, it didn't budge at all.
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    I finally got around to watch it.

    ...and its just the shit I learned in the first day of "Berufsgrundbildungsjahr Elektrotechnik"...

    So its kinda nice to refresh the knowledge I should have...


    PS: Vpp (without looking it up) in my area is around 325V or so...

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